The messages in the private Facebook group formed by accepted members of the Harvard Class of 2021 mocked the Holocaust, sexual assault and domestic terrorism, among other topics.
The university reportedly said it did not want to offend Arab students and their families with the playing of "Hatikvah."
Higher education may promote increased Jewish connectivity, writes a research director at Jewish Federations of North America.
Jews without college degrees have higher rates of belief in God than do Jewish college graduates, says Pew.
From a Harry Potter-themed Haggadah to a heartwarming tale of an intergenerational seder, this fresh crop of kids' books offers something for everyone.
A professor of Sephardic studies at the University of Washington, is deeply passionate about preserving Ladino — which is also known as Judeo-Spanish, Judezmo or Judio — the language his grandfather’s family spoke in their native Greece.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been tapped as featured speaker for Harvard University’s commencement in May.
At a time when many Jewish summer camps are spending millions to build everything from gymnasiums to trapezes to pool halls, a handful of Jewish summer camps have eschewed the pricey bells and whistles, focusing instead on the traditional homespun pleasures of, well, camp.
DeVos, a Michigan billionaire whose advocacy for school choice has led to sweeping changes in the educational landscape in her home state, provoked divergent opinions in the Jewish community.
Technion showed its strength in Computer Science by ranking 18th in the world.